Researcher

Dr Jinjin Yan

Biography

Dr. Jinjin Yan is an Associate Professor at the College of Intelligent Systems Science and Engineering, Harbin Engineering University (http://homepage.hrbeu.edu.cn/web/yanjinjin). He graduated and obtained his PhD degree from the Faculty of Built Environment, UNSW in November 2020. He was a member of the Geospatial, Research, Innovation and Development (GRID) lab in UNSW. He finished his master’s degree (2013-2016) and bachelor’s degree...view more

Dr. Jinjin Yan is an Associate Professor at the College of Intelligent Systems Science and Engineering, Harbin Engineering University (http://homepage.hrbeu.edu.cn/web/yanjinjin). He graduated and obtained his PhD degree from the Faculty of Built Environment, UNSW in November 2020. He was a member of the Geospatial, Research, Innovation and Development (GRID) lab in UNSW. He finished his master’s degree (2013-2016) and bachelor’s degree (2009-2013) in the Faculty of Information Engineering, the China University of Geosciences in Wuhan. Since October 2016, he started his PhD research in the 3D GeoInformation group at the Department of Urbanism, Delft University of Technology. In February 2018, he transferred to UNSW. He currently is focusing on 3D modeling (indoor, outdoor, semi-indoor, and semi-outdoor), 3D space-based navigation, 3D analysis, 3D space subdivision, seamless indoor and outdoor navigation, BIM and GIS integration.


My Awards

  • The prize for the Best Student Paper (based on peer review) for the paper (Two New Pedestrian Navigation Path Options based on Semi-indoor Space) at the 15th 3D GeoInfo Conference held online from the 9th to the 11th September 2020.
  • The prize for the Best Student Presentation (based on audience vote) for the presentation of the paper (Two New Pedestrian Navigation Path Options based on Semi-indoor Space) at the 15th 3D GeoInfo Conference held online from the 9th to the 11th September 2020.
  • One of the five PhD Publication Award in the Faculty of Built Environment in 2020.

My Research Activities

My research is going to develop a framework to construct a unified 3D spatial model for space-subdivision-based pedestrian navigation in indoor and outdoor, that can take into account specific contexts.

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Location

Geospatial Research Innovation Development (GRID)

Built Environment, Level 4, Room 4036

Red Centre West Wing

UNSW Sydney, 2052

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Contact

61-0449558983